Laura Wolk-Lewanowicz, soprano, grew up in Australia and has called London home for several years. After initial studies at the Canberra School of Music, Laura attended the Australian Opera Studio and English National Opera's Opera Works, previously studied privately with Sussex-based tenor Neil Jenkins and now studies with bass Richard Wiegold.
A semi-finalist in the 2015 Elizabeth Connell Prize for Dramatic Sopranos, other highlights include the title roles in Tosca (St Albans Chamber Opera), Aida (Kentish Opera) and Madama Butterfly (Concert Performance), Lady Macbeth in Verdi's Macbeth (Kentish Opera), Malwina in Marschner's The Vampyre (Rocket Opera), Amelia in Un ballo in maschera, Act 3 (InterOpera/North East Brass Ensemble), Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana (Opera Seria) Miss Jessel in The Turn of the Screw (Seastar Opera), Mother in Hansel and Gretel (Sinfonia d'Amici), Donna Anna in Don Giovanni (Sinfonia d'Amici, #OperaCo).
A versatile and wide-ranging performer, Laura has performed for the Liszt Society, twice been featured in the London Song Festival (Comedy Songs, 2011 and 2012) and provided all vocals on Australian composer Leah Kardos' electronically-based album Machines.
Laura also works as an accompanist and coach. For further information about this, please have a look at the relevant page.